Mt Wilson Spring Blossom Festival Photography and Art Exhibition 2016

Entries are open for the Mt Wilson Spring Blossom Festival Photography and Art Exhibition that will be held on the 24th & 25th September 2016 in the Mt Wilson Village Hall – 10 am to 3.30 pm daily. Entries close on the 2nd September 2016 and the cost is $20 to enter as many entries as you like. This year we will be judging entries in the Photography and Art sections – there will be two sections for photography and art with each attracting a $500 cash prize – the categories for each are Gardens & Byways, and Adventure & Wilderness. There will also be a People’s Choice Award overall with a $300 product voucher to The Gallery at Mt Victoria. The judges are Jan Mann (Photography) and Vince Day (Painting). Please contact me at bevwoodman46@gmail.com for entry forms and more information or you can download the forms at www.mtwilson.com.au – Images may be offered for sale with 25% donation to the Mt Wilson/Mt Irvine Rural Fire Brigade (this is a major fund raising event for the local RFS).

There will also be open gardens, food, drinks, and an extensive program of events such as Ikebana Floral Arrangements, Spring Native Flower Walk, Landscape Photography lecture, Garden Design and children’s photos with the fire truck. The final program will be released in early August.

I would like to thank our sponsors, Summit Gear (Katoomba), The Gallery (Mt Victoria) and Ibis Real Estate (Kurrajong).

General information about the area: Mt Wilson is a cold climate garden area situated off the Bells Line of Road in the Blue Mountains region of NSW Australia and a short drive from Sydney. It is best known for it’s beautiful gardens and historic homes but is also surrounded by National Parks and is the major gateway for bushwalkers and canyoners. The local Rural Fire Service provide an amazing service to the community in fire and storm protection and have received many awards for their dedicated service to the communities of Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine. They are also first responders to motor vehicle accidents both within the villages and on the Bells Line of Road, to lost bushwalkers and canyoners in trouble. This is a major fund raiser to ensure that this service continues into the future.

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